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Friday, 05 April 2013 13:34

Facebook Home coming to Android tablets as well

Written by Slobodan Simic



Not heading to iOS anytime soon

After the yesterday launch of the Facebook Home, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckenberg shed some light on Home integration on other devices and platforms.

According to Zuckenberg, Facebook Home will be coming to Android tablets as well in the next few months as well as a bunch of other Android based devices. In case you missed it, Facebook Home is currently available or will be available shortly only on HTC First, One, One X, One X+ and Samsung Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note II and Galaxy S4.

When asked about Apple iOS or Microsoft's Windows Phone platform, Zuckenberg told members of the press that Android's and Google's way of doing things were the major contributing factor to the unveiling. Facebook Home for iOS would need a partnership with Apple and a lot of work due to "closed" ecosystem. Same thing goes for Microsoft Windows Phone OS that Zuckenberg describes as "something between" Android and iOS.

You can check out more here.

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